There was a dramatic new development in the case pitting Phil Ivey against the Borgata in Atlantic City in late July that involved the poker pro countersuing the casino that …

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The final table is set in the 2015 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open $5 million guaranteed no-limit hold’em $5,250 buy-in main event, and the reigning champion Daniel Colman is among …

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Former Scottish professional footballer Dominic Matteo recently declared for bankruptcy, due in large part to huge gambling losses, according to a report this week from The Sentinel. His gambling debts …

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The 2015 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open (SHRPO), one of the few major live poker tournaments not associated with a poker tour, is on to Day 3 Monday with just 43 players remaining. Topping the leader board by a significant margin is the only player above the 2 million chip plateau, Rick Alvarado, with 2.011 million chips.

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The state of New York will be holding a hearing on the topic of online gaming in the afternoon on Sept. 9, Card Player was told by the New York …

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Multi Action Poker has announced a new partnership with three-time World Series of Poker bracelet winner and elite poker pro Brian Hastings. “Multi Action Poker is a fun new variant …

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When you’ve played poker for years, it’s easy to forget that technical poker speak may as well be a different language. Many players just picked up a deck of cards …

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Step one for Full Tilt Poker in transitioning its site to a recreational player model was completely overhauling its cash game offerings. Step two was previewed last Thursday, as Full Tilt Managing Director Dominic Mansour revealed a revamped loyalty program. Some of parts of it, while changed, will look familiar, while some aspects are completely new.

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The state of Massachusetts’ first brick-and-mortar casino took in $18,155,783.86 during July, its first full month in business, according to information released Monday by state gaming regulators. Plainridge Park Casino …

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The lottery is the most popular form of gambling in the United States, but it’s not without a fair bit of criticism, and once in awhile controversy. In Serbia on …

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In an interview with CardPlayer, New Jersey State Senator Ray Lesniak said that he believes PokerStars will be granted a license to operate in his state and that it should happen relatively soon. Of course, we have heard this wishful thinking before, but Lesniak is still confident that it will get done.

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Jason Mercier overcame a tough final table to win the 2015 Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open $25,400 buy-in no-limit hold’em high roller event, capturing his second title of the year …

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High-stakes poker pros Doug Polk and David Sands competed against each other this summer in the $500,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl and now both might be putting another half-a-million …

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